NEW YORK (AP) - The right people at the right time in the right location, but does that mean the NYPD brass encourages racial profiling?
That phrase - repeated over and over in a secret recording of a police supervisor - is at the crux of a civil rights challenge to the New York Police Department's contentions tactic known as stop, question, and frisk.
"So, who are the right people?" asks Officer Pedro Serrano, during an argument with his supervisor about how to make a legal stop.
"Depends where you are," replies Deputy Inspector Christopher McCormack.